Nutrition and Diet Therapy: Principles and Practice
West/Wadsworth, 1999 - Medical - 685 pages
This book is organised by diets rather than organ systems or disease states. It includes margin definitions, key points, self-check quizzes, self-studies, case studies and questions-and -answer style Nutrition in Practices.
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